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Gathering of the Juggalos 2016 Will Be More Psychopathic Than Ever

1 year ago by Chaz Kangas
While the Republican National Convention is happening right now in Cleveland, Ohio, less than three hours away in Legend Valley the Faygo will be toasted at another massive convention, the 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos. The 17th incarnation of the annual event, the year’s Gathering arrives with the pomp-and-circumstance we’ve...
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The Irvine International Film Festival Offers an Edgy Crop of Docs

3 years ago by Aimee Murillo
The Irvine International Film Festival (IIFF) rolls in a truly unique film lineup every January; last year's programming included more Oscar-nominated features than any other local film fest, with some brilliant indie documentaries that have since vanished to near-obscurity. This year's selection includes some edgier picks that are decidedly more...
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7 Oscar Nominees Among the Offerings at Irvine International Film Festival Kicking Off FRIDAY

3 years ago by Matt Coker
The fourth annual Irvine International Film Festival that kicks off an eight-day run on Friday includes seven short films that received Academy Award nominations this morning...
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Play Fight

10 years ago by Luke Y. Thompson
The day after its big "No Way Out" pay-per-view event from Las Vegas, World Wrestling Entertainment rolls into town to formally begin the feuds and storylines set to culminate at WrestleMania XXIV in Orlando. Will Randy Orton, the tribally tattooed son of former Roddy Piper sidekick "Cowboy" Bob, have managed...
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The Semiotics of RAW

10 years ago by Janine Kahn
It's 8 p.m. Saturday and I'm sitting at the very last row of Anaheim's Honda Center next to pop culture guru and Weekly staffer Luke "LYT" Thompson. With our backs against the stadium wall, we've got quite a view of the glowstick-clutching crowd that's turned out to welcome the wrestling...
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The Huntington Beach Art Center Exhibit 'Kustom Kulture 2' Seeks to Repeat the Legendary 1993 Show's Influence and Badass Displays

4 years ago by Vickie Chang
"Kustom Kulture: Von Dutch, Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth, Robert Williams and Others" opened at the Laguna Art Museum in July 1993. The show proved to be pivotal to the movement, illustrating Southern California custom-car culture's influential reach throughout the 1940s and beyond. Do-it-yourself is a ubiquitous philosophy in the proto-punk...
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Jack Martinez and His Black Flys Are Back!

5 years ago by ANDREW ASCH
The fireworks had just gone off when the cop in the motorboat pulled in front of Jack Martinez's waterfront home in Corona del Mar and got out the handcuffs. "C'mon, it's the 4th of July," Martinez protested. "No, son," the cop said with a smile. "It's the 5th of July."...
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A Raw Nerve

10 years ago by Luke Y. Thompson
Elaborately choreographed pantomime reveals a nation torn asunder
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Best of the Fest: Best Worst Film at AIFF

7 years ago by Matt Coker
​The titular "character" of Michael Stephenson's documentary is Troll 2, the forgettable 1990 horror flick starring Stephenson as a young boy trying to save his family from plant-eating monsters. Actually, that's inaccurate, because Troll 2 is remembered fondly by a legion of nerds who love the movie's wooden acting, senseless...
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'Living It Forever': Positively 22nd Street

8 years ago by Matt Coker
Rick Chatillon is sitting next to his wife, Ann, in the Starbucks near Newport Boulevard and Via Lido in Newport Beach, roughly facing the Lido Theater.That’s the same historic movie house where the Chatillons’ documentary Living It Forever will make its world premiere on April 28.Actually, the Chatillons are pointed...

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